Palmiers are so easy to make, but I haven’t tried savoury ones up until now. It took me about 5 seconds to decide what fillings to use – sweet caramelised onions, salty parmesan cheese and creamy goat’s cheese go so well together! These can be really simple, if you use ready-made puff pastry (obscenely easy if you use ready-rolled!), and you can use caramelised onions from a jar. Of course, if you’re looking to put a bit more effort into it (and get more credit!) you can make the puff pastry and caramelise the onions yourself. I think the tangy red onion chutney I made back in December would work a treat.
Posts Tagged Onion
Tagged As: Caramelised onion, Cheese, Goat's cheese, Onion, Palmiers, Parmesan, Pastry, Puff pastry | Categories: Baking, Recipes, Side dishes, Treats | 5 Comments
Tagged As: Chutney, Onion, Onion chutney, Red onion | Categories: Condiments, Preserves, Recipes | Leave a Comment
This red onion chutney is a great basic onion chutney recipe which would probably appeal to a lot of people who don’t normally “do” chutney. It’s sweet, doesn’t have an overwhelmingly strong taste and is along the same lines as the caramelised onion chutney and red onion marmalade type things that are all the rage. This recipe is for tangy onion chutney and comes from BBC Good Food.
Tagged As: Bread, Bread sauce, Christmas, Cloves, English, Medieval, Onion, Sauce | Categories: Recipes, Side dishes | Leave a Comment
Bread sauce is a white sauce that dates back to medieval times and is traditionally served with Christmas dinner. It’s easy to make; you can start infusing the milk in between preparing vegetables and other trimmings and then finish the sauce off while the turkey is resting. If you’re just concentrating on the sauce, it takes about half an hour in total. Continue reading “Bread Sauce”…